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Plant Name:

Creeping Barberry

Scientific Name:

Mahonia repens


Creeping Barberry is a low-growing evergreen shrub with spiny leaves and clusters of yellow flowers.


Forests, woodlands, rocky slopes


Creeping Barberry provides habitat and food for a variety of wildlife species, including birds and small mammals. The plant's berries are an important food source for birds, particularly in winter.

Growing Conditions:

Creeping Barberry thrives in well-drained soils and prefers partial shade to full sun.


Creeping Barberry is often used in landscaping for its ornamental value and as a groundcover plant. The berries are not typically consumed by humans but have been used in traditional medicine.

(please exercise caution and consult additional sources or experts before consuming any vegetation):


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Fun Facts:

Creeping Barberry is also known as "Oregon grape" or "dwarf Oregon grape".

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